When imagining change during lockdown, it may be wise to remember that learning can be exponential
Well, that is a curly question. Plenty of dogs around the world can go and find the newspaper, but I’ve not heard of one that can read it.
The names we use to describe students is a bad habit that limits growth in education. Labels limit learning.
In a series on the sacred cows of education, we explore the notion that volume equals rigour.
Remote teaching and learning provides a great opportunity to explore some long held beliefs. Will we take it?
Fire with fire is the only way. Open letters have had their day.
What were they movies that moved you? This time we look at Young Guns (1988). Yoohoo – they’ll make you famous.
A journey through a jigsaw reveals more than a table full of fruit.
It turns out, you can be strong and vulnerable at the same time.
One perk of interviewing English teachers is asking this bog standard question: So, what are you reading at the moment? Bored with the responses, a couple of years ago I began asking what they would recommend the most, or had gifted the most, to others. (tip of the hat to Tim Ferriss here). This questionContinue reading “A Role Model for the Confined: Count Rostov Lights the Way”